Tips & Tricks: How to Choose Rodent Bait Stations

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February 10, 2015

When choosing rodent bait stations, consider three features:

Time savings. Time is money. Use stations designed for quick servicing. The time you save can be used to inspect rodent activity, and implement exclusionary measures or enhance profitability.

Versatility. Consider choosing a station that accommodates various baiting techniques and placements. A versatile station can hold snap traps and different bait formulations.

Design. Choose stations that blend into the environment or surroundings. Customers will be willing to pay more for stations that are camouflaged in their environments.

Patrick Lynch is Regional Sales Manager for Bell Laboratories.

 

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  1. Art Manon says:

    Based on that critera , it’s a slam dunk that technicides new bait stations that can be serviced standing up are the best bet, only problem is, most companies charge the end user to buy & own the station, therefore practicaltly is all that concerns them